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Our team provides trustworthy recommendations, reliable service, and affordable hearing aids, so our patients can continue to enjoy the experiences they cherish without letting communication issues slow them down. When you choose us as your provider for better hearing, you establish a professional relationship that will last for many years. We will be with you for every step of your hearing journey.
Our Community Matters
Hear for the Holidays
In 2022, we were able to give six people the gift of hearing, just in time for the holidays. These were members of our local community with diagnosed hearing loss, who would not have otherwise been able to afford treatment. We plan to continue this tradition year after year as a way of giving back to the community that we value and cherish so greatly.
We Support Our Local Veterans & First Responders
Going beyond the call of duty, Windsor Audiology is proud to support our local veterans, U.S. military, and local emergency service personnel. If you’re a Northern Colorado resident and qualify as one of these outstanding heroes who are integral to our healthy and safe communities, we want to say, “thank you.” If you are in need of hearing services, Windsor Audiology will provide discounts on products, hearing aids, hearing protection devices, and batteries. By providing this small service to first responders, military personnel, veterans, and service personnel in need, it is the best way we know how to reward you for your dedication to our community and our country. We thank you for your service!
A valid proof of service is required.
In 2005, the Americans who support our troops started a movement to wear red on Fridays to “Remember Everyone Deployed”. As the founder of our clinic, Dr. Leann Johnson, has one daughter who served in Iraq and Kuwait and another daughter who is currently deployed with the US Air Force, our office strives to wear red on Fridays to show our support and gratitude for our deployed soldiers and their families.
The Starkey Hearing Foundation
Dr. Johnson was recently invited by the Starkey Hearing Foundation to attend a mission trip to Nicaragua. On this mission, she took part in Phase Two of a three-part mission to “give the gift of hearing”. During this phase, Dr. Johnson, and her colleagues fit donated hearing devices on over 1100 people during the three-day mission. The compassion and care that were provided to the people of Nicaragua and the generosity of the hearing mission were unbelievable. Dr. Johnson has been humbled to have been a part of such a magical experience of “Giving the Gift of Hearing So the World May Hear.”